Texas A&M is currently churning out prized NFL recruits on the offensive line at an extremely high rate. When Luke Joeckel was taken second overall in last year's draft to the Jacksonville Jaguars, scouts immediately turned their attention to Jake Matthews who was Joeckel's counterpart at A&M for three seasons. Now, Matthews is projected to be a top 10 pick in April's draft. With a stout offensive line shining for its protection of A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, several other players may be bound for the league as well.
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